Is 'De Niro' Due For Dinner?
Scott and Federico passed the time away today with a conversation
about which five people they'd invite for dinner if they could
choose anyone, dead or alive.
'Film buff' Fed went for Robert De Niro as his first fantasy
dinner guest, before changing it to Al Pacino later-on, having
chosen his other four guests. These were: comedian Billy Connelly,
footballer Roberto Baggio, ex-World Heavyweight boxing champ
Mohammed Ali and star of The Godfather, Marlon Brando.
Realising that Fed had forgotten to consider musicians, Scott's
first choice was Chris Martin, lead singer with the band Coldplay.
"Every time he opens his mouth he sounds articulate,"
began the scouser, before ruining his philosophical approach
with, "...and he wouldn't drink, so that's more to go
Other options discussed were singer Annie Lennox, comedians
Jack Dee, Eddie Izzard and Billy Connelly, and the man who
'did not have sexual relations with that woman', Bill Clinton!
With the mention of the latter, Cameron joined-in the conversation
by declaring that his fantasy five would contain, "Not
a single politician". He would, however, invite the likes
of ex-Police singer and musician Sting, and comedian Michael
Scott agreed that Palin would offer both laughs and serious
tales about his travels, so would make for an ideal guest.
Jon then joined-in the convo and cited pensionable politician
Tony Benn, ex-cricketer Ian Botham, deaf percussionist Evelyn
Glennie, science bod Carl Sagan and champion rower Sir Steve
Redgrave as his guests of choice.
The conversation rambled on for ages about the good and bad
points of ex-Liverpool footballer Kenny Dalglish, before Tania
walked past and enlightened everyone with one of her choices:
Oh, how deep can you get? Tsk!
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